About the job
The Big Data Developer works on our SaaS platform, and brings passionate inquisitiveness, primary research, and forward thinking to every assignment. Through shared responsibility for all team deliverables, and communication with Product Owners as well as other stakeholders within the company, the Big Data Developer builds software to pass automated acceptance tests and to deliver sprint commitments.
You can expect a very international team of Developers who are based in Hamburg. As part of our self-organizing Scrum teams you'd be structuring 2-weeks-sprints following iterative methods. Our team sizes vary between 4 and 7 Developers. The hierarchies are set efficiently and the management style can be called hands-off; in other words, you are trusted to manage your own work.
Design, develop, deliver and operate scalable, high-performance, real-time data processing software using technologies such as Kafka, Spark, and Druid
Work proactively on the system architecture
Participate in the evaluation and selection of right technologies
Support the business and product stakeholders by developing new and innovative data driven products
Implement different, customized and often totally new features belongs to your daily tasks
Interact with UI/UX Engineer to develop innovative ways to visualize huge amounts of data
Collaborate with the product management team to incorporate the needs of our customers following an agile process
Several years of experience in big data technologies and tools
You enjoy operating your applications and production and strive to make on-calls obsolete.
Bachelor degree in Computer Science or equivalent
Acquaintenance with one of the following technologies: Spark, Kafka, Druid, NoSQL-Databases
Familiarity with the AWS-Stack of advantage
Profound experience in programming with Java, Scala or a similar programming language
Knowledge and experience in statistics methods, machine learning and AI
Experience with relational database systems
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